Make your own Soft Pretzels just like the ones you get at the mall. Sprinkled with sea salt – these pretzels are the perfect snack!
Ever since making these homemade soft pretzels on Saturday, I have been looking forward to Monday like I haven’t in a while. When a recipe turns out as well as this one did, I just can’t wait to tell you all about it. So yeah, we had a pretty amazing weekend, which was mainly due to the discovery how to make one of our favorite snacks. Devouring a pretzel or two has been a staple almost every time we visit our mall. Never did I think that the same soft pretzels could be duplicated in the comfort of our own home.
I also didn’t think that I could be any more in love with pretzels than I already was. It’s been a weekend of great revelations :). Let’s find out how to make these yummies! Continue reading →
Make the Best Granola Bars in 5 Minutes using only 5 Ingredients.
Hi Everyone! First of all, I have to apologize for our recent website troubles. To make the long story short, we were in the process of switching host providers, while in the middle of the transition, our old host decided not to cooperate, which caused some down time for Deliciously Yum. I am pleased to report that the switch has been completed and we should have smooth sailing from now on.
This entire process has been so frustrating, but we really think it will be worth it in the long run. So, thank you for sticking with us and practicing patience. I am ready to put this behind me and get on with telling you about today’s recipe. Let’s make things up with Peanut Butter and Jelly Granola Bars!
You guys, I never thought I could be this excited about a granola bar. I mean, granola bars are one of our go-to snacks and are always available in our house, but they aren’t super special, if you know what I mean. A couple of days ago, I decided to make my own. I knew I wanted to switch things up and create a flavor I couldn’t buy at our local grocery store. Out of nowhere, peanut butter and jelly popped into my head and I knew I had a winner. After all, I can’t think of anyone who doesn’t love peanut butter and jelly. Continue reading →
I hope you had the most wonderful Christmas this year. After all the indulgent food and sweets we consumed over the last couple of days (chocolate fondue, anyone?), I was in the mood for a healthy yet satisfying snack. As we sat dipping all sorts of fruits, marshmallows, and pretzels into the ever-continuing stream of chocolaty-goodness of our chocolate fountain, I was reminded of a recipe I had seen a couple of years ago on Food Network. Slices of mandarins or clementines dunked in chocolate… only this time I decided to sprinkle sea salt on top. If I had to live on this snack for the rest of my life, you would hear no objection from me! It’s the most addictive thing I’ve eaten in a long time.
There’s no better time to enjoy these than right now. Mandarin Oranges are so abundant and couldn’t be tastier. Extremely sweet and juicy – loved and adored by young and old. You might have some laying around the house todays since it’s a common stocking stuffer. Turn them into this fun and gorgeous snack!
I may or may not have devoured this entire bowl in one sitting. It holds segments of about 4 mandarin oranges, which means I got plenty of Vitamin C and antioxidants that day. Living healthy is outrageously tasty! Continue reading →
I’ve got a great recipe for you today. It is one that I have been wanting to share with you for quite a while now. It is also the first recipe I ever created. I was really nervous and didn’t know if it was going to turn out the way I had hoped, and to my surprise, it totally did. It was a thrilling feeling and I hope ya’ll will love them just as much as I do. Not only are they a great afternoon snack or dessert, but they also make for a yummy breakfast. I ended up sharing ours with new neighbors that had just moved into the neighborhood and I am pretty sure they were a great hit. Feel free to share them with your loved ones or keep them in a special place just for yourself, I am not going to judge :).